Joy Reid lashes out after MSNBC pulls plug on fellow racist; ‘You don’t understand how sisters move’

Liberals suffered a tragic loss when MSNBC suddenly and unexpectedly pulled the plug on Tiffany Cross, whose unapologetic, anti-white racism had drawn much criticism, with her former network colleague Joy Reid being among the most saddened.

The controversial weekend host’s time at the left-wing cable network officially came to an end when her “bad judgment” finally caught up with her after a lewd remark that Florida is the “d*ck of the country,” which was apparently the last straw for NBC Universal executives who were already growing tired of her act.

At the end of Friday’s edition of “The Reid Out,” MSNBC’s surviving racist stood up for her dearly departed counterpart, making a short statement at the end of the show in which she lashed out at conservatives who celebrated Cross’s ouster on Twitter.

(Video: MSNBC)

“Before I go, I really do want to say one quick thing about my friend, colleague, and sister Tiffany Cross,” the “race lady” said. “She’s not just my friend, she is my sister. I love her. I support her. I was boosting for her to get the show that she created, ‘The Cross Connection’ which she put her heart and soul into every day.”

Reid then swiped at conservatives and new Twitter boss Elon Musk.

“And I just want to say that those on the far-right who are attacking her on a social media app that I won’t name, you don’t understand how sisters move. So, watch this space. We will be here, her sisters will be here to support anything Tiffany Cross ever does. Know that. Believe that,” she said.

During her tenure at the network, Cross’s racism made her show a must-watch for like-minded haters but, in an election year, her disgusting rhetoric dramatically intensified with shameful attacks on successful black conservatives including Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to whom she gave the vulgar nickname “Justice Pubic Hair on My Coke Can” as well as former NFL star and Senate hopeful Herschel Walker, whom she suggested suffered from mental issues.

She also drew criticism for blaming the NFL’s issues of recent concussions to players on institutional racism and a “bunch of white owners, white coaches and the complete disregard of black bodies and black life,” while misidentifying Miami Dolphins’ Samoan quarterback Tua Tagovailoa as being black.

Last month, Fox News host Tucker Carlson likened the hateful racist rhetoric constantly spewed by Cross to dehumanize white people to Radio Télévision Libre des Mille Collines, the Rwandan television station that put out propaganda that was credited with being a major factor in the 1994 Rwandan genocide, one of the most savage and bloody periods in world history during which hundreds of thousands of people were murdered, many of them hacked to death with machetes.

Carlson also asked whether Comcast – which owns MSNBC – was down with Cross and fellow anti-white bomb-thrower Reid taking to the airwaves to foment a race war.

Other leftists decried the ousting of Cross, with some suggesting nefarious forces were behind the surprise move.

Whether the next shoe to drop at MSNBC will be Reid following Cross out the door remains to be seen but the Democratic Party and its operatives may be only days away from learning the lesson that when you play with a volatile substance like racial animosity, sometimes you get burned.

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